“I hunt quail, but I don’t shoot them.”

This article by Phil Taunton, of the Emporia Gazette, I think, sums up how many Midwest quail hunters approach and view the current state of upland hunting. Its no suprise that the majority of hunters in the Midwest don’t have the opportunity to hunt areas with a large quail population. The quote, “I hunt quail, but I don’t shoot them,” reflects a common attitude among outdoorsman and hunters. Just getting out and working dogs and seeing birds is a thrill in and of itself.

Read the article in it’s entirety here.

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